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Mass Effect 3 DLC Teased by BioWare Producers

/ Jan 29th, 2013 No Comments

Mass Effect 3 DLC teaser image from Gamble
Mass Effect 3 DLC teaser image

Mass Effect 3 DLC teaser image from Casey Hudson

Mass Effect Executive Producer Casey Hudson and Producer Michael Gamble teased fans with images for more Mass Effect 3 content on Twitter.

BioWare Edmonton insisted the company was still developing more single-player content for the action role-playing game. Now, gamers finally have some proof.

The image posted by Hudson features the outside of a casino on the Silversun Strip. It looks like the setting could be a futuristic version of Las Vegas, complete with foreigners.

[adsense250itp]“Looks like a nice place for some R&R,” Hudson tweeted along with the image.

The image tweeted by Gamble stars a hulking armored Krogan with a serious melee weapon. He is dropping the weapon down on something, although it is unclear what he is attacking.

“Does not look like a guy you’d want to mess with,” Gamble said on Twitter in his caption for the image.

Aside from BioWare confirming the existence of new DLC, not much is known about the new expansion for Mass Effect 3. Eight writers were tabbed to pen the script and Mass Effect Composer Sam Hulick has returned to handle the score. Hulick was not involved in the Leviathan and Omega DLC. Seth Green and other actors who voiced the Normandy crew are also returning. For more on what to expect from the latest Mass Effect 3 expansion, check out this breakdown.

Mass Effect 3 DLC teaser image from Gamble

Mass Effect 3 DLC teaser image from Michael Gamble

The game, released in March, has already seen a fair share of additional content. Ben Sheene gave Mass Effect 3 a 92 percent score when it debuted. The Leviathan expansion was reviewed by Ethan Smith. Retaliation DLC also received high marks from Ethan Smith in his review. The Omega DLC failed to live up to the high expectations given to the Mass Effect franchise, according to a review by Ethan Smith.

It will be interesting to see how long BioWare continues to support Mass Effect 3. At some point, the developer is expected to shift the focus to a new Mass Effect game.

Ryan Bloom

Ryan Bloom

Chief Editor at Gaming Illustrated
Ryan Bloom is a writer and avid gamer from Orange County. He received a B.A. in Communications with a minor in American Studies from California State University, Fullerton in 2010. Follow him on Twitter @BloomsTweets.
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